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4.5 out of 5 from 2 reviews
Masters Degree
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

Taught at graduate level, the Melbourne JD (Juris Doctor) equips students with the skills and knowledge to take a leading role in contemporary legal practice, the business world, government and community organisations.

Develop the core skills essential to a wide range of legal and professional careers

Build employment skills through practical learning opportunities and enrichment activities

Have the opportunity to study overseas

Take part in a variety of activities, competitions and events

Build a network of student peers, MLS alumni, mentors and teachers

The Melbourne JD leads to admission to the legal profession in all Australian jurisdictions, and can be used as a basis for seeking admission in many law...

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December 2017
Year completed 2019

Very difficult and demanding, and really expensive.

But the teaching is world class and it will change you for the better.

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October 2017
Year completed 2013

I completed the JD at Melbourne in 2013. I was in the first year students had to do the JD as the LLM was no longer available; this meant that there were some issues to be sorted out with the course, for example, we were initially not allowed to lower the coursework and do three subject a semester instead of four. I understan...

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